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Theater Techniques to Enhance Your Teaching and Speaking

This invitation-only event is for current Center for Teaching Innovation graduate/postdoctoral teaching fellows. By the end of the session, participants will be able to: employ techniques to improve their use of nonverbal communication (body language) in the classroom or presentation setting, and implement strategies to improve how they connect with their audience.

Facilitators: Andrea Beukema, Center for Teaching Innovation, and Colleen McLinn, CU-CIRTL Program Director

Winter 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Project Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars

Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?

Winter 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Project Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars

Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?

Winter 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Project Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars

Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?

Winter 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Project Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars

Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?

Winter 2018 Intergroup Dialogue Project Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars

Do you ever find it challenging to connect with your students? With faculty? With colleagues? Have you ever encountered power dynamics in your field or at Cornell that you didn’t know how to address? Have you ever been in a situation where someone said something that made you uncomfortable and you didn’t know how to react? Do you ever want to talk about social identities like race, gender or sexual orientation, but you don’t know how? Do you want to connect with others who have the same questions?

Broadening Participation in Computing: Breaking Down Barriers and Increasing Access

The Information Science Colloquium speaker for Wednesday, November 29, 2017, will be Juan Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Professor and Chair of the Computer & Information Science & Engineering Department at the University of Florida, where he leads the Human-Experience Research Lab. His research areas include database, data science and informatics, human-centered computing, information security and machine learning.

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